In this episode of The Leaderonomics Show, Firstsource Solutions Ltd CEO Rajesh Subramaniam talks about his journey with Firstsource and how he turned the company around when it was on the brink of bankruptcy.
By RIDDHI PARIKH MEHTA Parenting a child is similar to leading an organisation – in both cases, someone is looking up to us for guidance and direction. Here are some characteristics of a ‘servant parent’.
By NAND KISHORE CHAUDHARY When leaders fail to create a culture based on love, workers will not find their true passion and instead feel undervalued and overwhelmed. However, when we use love and consciousness as the basis for all our decisions, it leads to a kind of purity and honesty that is priceless.
By SANDEEP OLKAR A study once estimated that nearly half of all external senior hires fail within 18 months in a new position. What nuances need to be considered when developing an onboarding programme for senior leaders?
By PADMINI JANAKI. Mentors are important as they are able to share their experiences and guide you through the phases of your career and the challenges that come with it.Let’s take a look at the types of mentors and how to pick one.
By RAHUL VENGALILl
I have been using Gaana via web and app since September 2015 and it was only recently – with the launch of Amazon music – that I moved out of Gaana.
What intrigued me most though, was my personal statistics that Gaana once showed me; I was consuming over two hours of music on their platform on average. It...
By NIKHIL BANSAL What Samuel Langley and the Wright brothers were trying to create was exactly the same. Both were highly motivated and had keen scientific minds, but the difference between them was the thing that they were motivated by.
By RIDDHI PARIKH MEHTA
We are our entire selves whether at work or at home. Our teams, colleagues, and families add to our well-being (that’s if we let them). Each one of us may not be saving the world from the next catastrophe; unlike my fictional hero Elizabeth McCord is. In our own ways, however, we can make a difference to the...
By RIDDHI PARIKH MEHTA
Our careers span of over several years, our lives even beyond that. As a young 5, 10 or perhaps a 15-year-old we may have our choices made for us. Then on in life, we make our own choices. How do make these choices?